Single location in the community Würzburg (Main triangle area) on the south side of the former bishop's residence Marienberg in the German growing region Franconia, It was once owned by the Bavarian royal family. It has been knighting with the famous location for centuries stone for first place. Both produce top-quality wines, with those from the inner bar being given more loveliness and those from the stone being given more strength and fire. The name is derived from the elongated shape along the slope. There used to be three layers of rock ledge, inner ledge and outer ledge, which were later combined under the current name. The centerpiece is the actual inner bar, which was only used for the cultivation of vines in the 18th century, while the surrounding outer bar was already planted 100 years earlier.
The mainly south and in won Outer bar facing south-east vineyards at 180 to 260 meters above sea level with 30 to 65% slope incline comprise almost 11 hectares of vineyards. The floors consist of skeleton-rich, slightly clay-infused shell limestone with very good heat storage capacity. Due to the location in a small valley, the vineyards are very well protected against the cold north winds. Here are mainly the two types of white wine Riesling and Sylvaner cultured. The vineyards, for example, have a share in the situation Bürgerspital. Juliusspital. State Court Cellar Wuerzburg and Am Stein Winery,
Picture: © Ludwig Knoll, Weingut am Stein